Hungarian Grand Prix

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Flag of Hungary.png Hungarian Grand Prix
Hungaroring - 2003 Layout.png
Race information
Number of times held 14
First held 2000
Most wins (drivers) Belgium Laurent Keersmaekers
Germany Philipp Puschke (2)
Most wins (constructors) England Midnight
Japan Simsoa
England Vod:Bul (2)
Circuit length 4.381 km (2.722 mi)
Race length 306.663 km (190.560 mi)
Laps 70
Last race (2016)
Pole position
Italy M. Francesconi Edonis-Valiant 1:21.705
1 · Germany P. Puschke Vod:Bul-Valiant 1:40:02.901
2 · Italy E. Masciulli Edonis-Valiant + 16.939
3 · Italy M. Francesconi Edonis-Valiant + 17.727
Fastest lap
Italy M. Francesconi Edonis-Valiant 1:22.666

The Hungarian Grand Prix has been a part of the Superleague championship since its very first year in 2000, although, the race was cancelled during the curtailed 2001 season and was also missing in 2009 and 2011.

The race has been held at the Hungaroring in Mogyoród near Budapest in all but one occasion; in the 2010 season, the race was held at the Pannonia Ring, Ostffyasszonyfa.


Repeat winners (drivers)

Embolded drivers are competing in the Superleague championship in the current season.

# of wins Driver Years won
2 Belgium Laurent Keersmaekers 2006, 2007
Germany Philipp Puschke 2015, 2016

Repeat winners (constructors)

Embolded teams are competing in the Superleague championship in the current season.

# of wins Constructor Years won
2 England Midnight Motorsport 2012, 2013
Japan Simsoa Racing VR 2006, 2007
England Vod:Bul Racing 2015, 2016

By Year

Original layout of the Hungaroring.
Pannonia Ring, host of the race in 2010.
Year Driver Team Race Time Location Report
2017   TBD TBD Hungaroring, Budapest Report
2016 Germany Philipp Puschke Vod:Bul-Valiant 1:40:02.901 Report
2015 Germany Philipp Puschke Vod:Bul-Valiant 1:32:02.329 Report
2014 England David Fidock CSG Racing-Potentia 1:31:29.542 Report
2013 Germany Lukas Euler Midnight-Potentia 1:32:23.997 Report
2012 England Nick Rowland Midnight-Ferrari 1:34:34.979 Report
2011 Not held
2010 Finland Janne Tanskanen Nordsjøen-Mercedes 1:29:50.524 Pannonia Ring, Ostffyasszonyfa Report
2009 Not held
2008 England Mark Wicks Woods-Renault 1:38:45.288 Hungaroring, Budapest Report
2007 Belgium Laurent Keersmaekers Simsoa-Honda 1:38:43.367 Report
2006 Belgium Laurent Keersmaekers Simsoa-Cosworth 1:44:55.781 Report
2005 Ireland Kieran Ryan Phoenix-Renault 1:34:53.686 Report
2004 Australia Steve Elencevski FinOz-Ferrari 1:35:11.117 Report
2003 Australia Shiro Ryong SCUM-Holden 1:36:17.853 Report
2002 Finland Mikko Jakonen Mapes-VO-Honda 1:38:50.314 Report
2001 Cancelled
2000 New Zealand Jason Endean BA Racing-Mercedes Report
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